Bindings: A World of Options, #11811
Discover all things binding. From traditional to fused, hand sewn to machine, and quilts to clothing, be inspired by an array of binding styles to finish your edges. Join Debbie as she teachers you her tips and techniques on all things binding. Supplies are not required for a lecture, although you may want to bring a pen and paper to take notes.
Done by Three with Fat Quarters, #17507
This simple Fat Quarter quilt is quick and easy to make. Great for beginners wanting to learn the basics of rotary cutting, strip piecing, and quilt construction. Also, fun for the experienced to get back to the basics. The stacked squares on this quilt will create an optical illusion of framed fabric goodness on your final product!
Hexie Flower Garden, #17502
Join Debbie for the morning and make this fun hexagon quilt! It’s a great project for using fat quarters and Debbie’s Hex-a-ma-jig template. Simple half-hexies give shape for the flowers and background. It’s easy to cut and easy to sew! Bring your favorite fat quarters and get ready to make something beautiful!
Just One Stitch, #11804
A simple running stitch is used in many countries around the world. The Big Stitch, Kawandi, Kantha and Sashiko/Boro are among those techniques. The basics of the stitch are the same, but executed differently to create their own unique style. Join Debbie as she shares samples and stories that will bring these simple yet beautiful stitches to life. Supplies are not required for a lecture, although you may want to bring a pen and paper to take notes.
Oooh Hexie Baby: Perfect Your Piecing, #17504
Come learn Debbie’s timesaving techniques of strip piecing these tumbling Baby Blocks. The techniques you learn will simplify this time-honored favorite. The Hex-a-ma-jig template allows for easy cutting and supports accurate piecing with no Y seams.